Every website/blog will eventually need links for a basic kind of optimisation for the search engines. Harmful links, if left unchecked may play havoc with your rankings. This article will focus more on the methodology of controlling links rather than the why of it. It will put across a few easy ways to get your … Read moreTake control of your links
Not too long back, there was a requirement of displaying external content in a blog directory. A temporary arrangement was made to make use of an iframe. After all it did provide a conclusive solution as per the requirement of the blog directory, snapmylink. And finally the hunt for the elegant and permanent solution is … Read moreDisplay content from other websites…snapmylink.
Sharing a Link on Facebook is a treat. It enables authors to offer a better visual experience to their readers and followers. As you type in the hyperlink or the URL, the familiar three animated vertical lines appear and your link materialises in the form of a picture and some other information, usually the first … Read moreFacebook Open Graph : Display Images [Solved]
Google’s initiative to feature profile pic and circle count of authors in search results has suddenly been discontinued. For the past two years, Google has been actively persuading publishers and authors to join their program called “Google Authorship”. The complete article explaining the benefits of Authorship can be accessed here So this sudden change has … Read moreGoogle Authorship and rel=author
Rounded corners look great. But flat is the in thing in menu design. Also rounded corners don’t show in Internet Explorer. So you might want to turn it off. Here is how. Go to Suffusion Options–>Other Graphical Elements–>Miscellaneous Select Option under “Use Rounder Corners” as shown in the snapshot above. WordPress allows use of … Read moreTips and Tricks for Suffusion : Part 1